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Sarah Waters
Welsh novelist
Michael Waterstone
Dean of Loyola Law School
Ali Watkins
National security correspondent for Politico; former national security correspondent for BuzzFeed News
Bill Watkins
Professor and Executive Director of the Center for Economic Research and Forecasting at California Lutheran University
Claire Vaye Watkins
Author of the novel 'Gold Fame Citrus'
Craig Watkins
District Attorney of Dallas County, Texas
D. Watkins
Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Baltimore and columnist for Salon; author of 'The Beast Side: Living (and Dying) While Black in America'
Michaela Watkins
Co-creator of USA Network’s ‘Benched’, SNL alum, current Groundling
The Watson Twins
Los Angeles based sisters, The Watson Twins finish each other’s sentences and sing wonderful harmonies on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Ben Watson
News Editor for Defense One
Diane Watson
Congresswoman for California’s 33rd District
Iain Watson
Political correspondent for the BBC
Jim Watson
Senior Fellow at the Sussex Energy Group at the University of Sussex in England, he has conducted research on energy and the environment in China since the late 1990’s
Lisa Watson
Executive director of the Downtown Women's Center , an organization focused on ending homelessness for women in downtown Los Angeles
Melanie Watson
lifelong Republican, she lives in Dallas, Texas
Paul Watson
South Asia Bureau Chief for the Los Angeles Times
Philip Watson
Director of Special Projects at the Second Amendment Foundation and Executive Director of the International Association for the Protection of Civilian Arms Rights
Traci Watson
Reporter for USA Today
Mike Watt
Steve Watt
Staff attorney with the Human Rights Program at the American Civil Liberties Union
Sam Watters
Author of architecture books including Houses of Los Angeles 1885-1919 and Houses of Los Angeles 1920-1935
Steve Watters
Executive Director of Safe Ground Sacramento , a nonprofit homeless advocacy group
Mark Watts
Executive director of Transportation California, which advocates for transportation infrastructure spending, and technical adviser to the Let's ReBuild California campaign
Michael Watts
Director of the Center for African Studies at the University of California at Berkeley and a scholar of Nigeria and the Gulf of Guinea, its major oil-producing region
Reggie Watts
Vocal artist, beatboxer, musician and comedian
Shannon Watts
Founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America , an advocacy group founded after the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre
Bruce Watzman
Vice President for Health and Safety at the National Mining Association
Emmanuelle Waubant
Neurologist at the University of California, San Francisco
Ric Roman Waugh
Filmmaker, former stunt man
Scott Waugh
Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost of the University of California-Los Angeles
Gregory Wawro
Professor of Political Science at Columbia University, specializing in American politics, and author of Filibuster : Obstruction and Lawmaking in the US Senate
Henry Waxman
former Democratic Congressman from Los Angeles; former chair of the Energy and Commerce Committee and of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform; author of 'The Waxman Report: How Congress Really Works'
Sharon Waxman
Founder and Editor in Chief of TheWrap.com
Stephen Waxman
Professor of Neurology at Yale Medical School and Director of the Neuroscience Research Center at Veterans Affairs Connecticut.
Chapman Way
Maclain Way
Keenen Ivory Wayans
Comedian, Director, Screenwriter, Producer
Alex Wayne
Reporter covering healthcare policy for Bloomberg News; former healthcare reporter for Congressional Quarterly and Congressional Quarterly Politics
Stephen Wayne
Professor of Government at Georgetown University
Chris Weare
Research Associate Professor at USC's School of Policy, Planning, and Development
Mike Weatherford
Entertainment Reporter for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and Editor of The Stardust of Yesterday : Reflections on a Las Vegas Legend
Breana Weaver
2016 Coro fellow and a current KCRW intern; 2015 UCLA graduate, she was a political science and communication studies double major
Christopher Weaver
Reporter covering medical technology for the Wall Street Journal
Courtney Weaver
Moscow correspondent for the Financial Times
Jay Weaver
Federal-courts reporter for the Miami Herald
Nicholas Weaver
Researcher at the International Computer Science Institute in Berkeley and the University of California San Diego, focusing on network security
James Webb
Former master printer at Gemini G.E.L.
Jonathan Webb
Science reporter for the BBC
Michael Webb
Author of many books on architecture, art and design, including 'Venice, CA: Art and Architecture in a Maverick Community' and 'Building Community: New Apartment Architecture'
Mike Webb
City Attorney of Redondo Beach and President of the Los Angeles County Prosecutors Association
Timothy Webb
Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Education , one of two states to win in the first round of Race to The Top and awarded a little more than $500 million
Anne Webber
Co-Founder and Co-Chair of the Commission for Looted Art in Europe
Caitlin Webber
Washington analyst, focusing on trade policy for Bloomberg
Jude Webber
Reporter with the Financial Times, based in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Michael Webber
Professor at the University of Texas at Austin and Deputy Director of the Energy Institute
Harry Weber
Reporter for Associated Press
Paul Weber
President of the Los Angeles Police Protective League , the union that represents most of the LA Police Department's rank and file officers
Vin Weber
Partner at the public strategy firm of Mercury/Clark & Weinstock; former advisor to Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney's presidential campaigns; former Republican congressman for Minnesota
Kayla Webley
Staff writer at Time magazine, covering education
Charlie Webster
Reporter with the Asbury Park Press in New Jersey
Ruth Wedgewood
Professor of Law and Diplomacy at Johns Hopkins University and and director of its International Law and Organizations program; member of the Defense Policy Board and the United Nations Human Rights Committee
Alan Weeks
Retired Metro worker and Rail Enthusiast
William Wegman
Dave Wegner
Scientist and engineer who has managed government and research programs in the Grand Canyon and the Colorado River Basin for many years.
Michael Wehner
Assistant General Manager and Head of Water Quality for the Orange County Water District
Peter Wehner
Senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center and blogger at Commentary magazine; former Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of the White House Office of Strategic Initiatives (2002-2007)
Frederic Wehrey
Senior associate in the Middle East Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Robert Weide
American screenwriter, producer, director and documentary filmmaker
John Weidman
American playright and librettist
David Weidner
Columnist for MarketWatch and the Wall Street Journal
David Weigel
National political correspondent for the Washington Post; former reporter with Bloomberg Politics
Bruce Weigl
Dan Weikel
Transportation reporter for the Los Angeles Times
Elizabeth Weil
Contributing writer to The New York Times Magazine
Jonathan Weiler
Professor of Global Studies at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and co-author of 'Authoritarianism & Polarization in American Politics'
Jim Weill
President of the Food Research and Action Center
Kelly Weill
Writer for Capital New York
Carl Weimer
Executive Director of the Pipeline Safety Trust, an advocacy group based in Bellingham, Washington
Jon Weinbach
Sports writer and filmmaker , based in Los Angeles, California; former sports business reporter for the Wall Street Journal
Marvin Weinbaum
Senior Scholar at the Middle East Institute ; former intelligence analyst on Pakistan and Afghanistan for the State Department (1999-2003)
David Weinberg
David Weinberg is a host and producer at KCRW.
Micah Weinberg
Senior policy advisor at the Bay Area Council, a policy advocacy group backed by the region’s largest employers
Michael Weinberg
Vice President at Public Knowledge, a consumer rights group based in Washington, DC
Steven Weinberg
Professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Texas at Austin, 1979 winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics and the National Medal of Science ; author of The First Three Minutes : A Modern View of the Origin of the Universe
Jeff Weiner
Breaking News and crime reporter at the Orlando Sentinel
Matthew Weiner
Emmy award-winning executive producer and writer -- and author
Rachel Weiner
Reporter for the Washington Post
Tim Weiner
Pulitzer Prize-winning former reporter for the Philadelphia Inquirer and former reporter for the New York Times; author of 'Legacy of Ashes: A History of the CIA,' 'Enemies: A History of the FBI' and 'One Man against the World: The Tragedy of Richard Nixon'
John Weingart
Associate Director of the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers University
Randi Weingarten
President of the American Federation of Teachers
Sarah Weinman
Editor of 'Women Crime Writers: Eight Suspense Novels of the 1940s and 50s'
Eric Weinrib
Director and producer of "Roseanne for President!"
Brent Weinstein
Agent who's heading up the United Talent Agency 's new online unit, devoted to scouting out up-and-coming creators of Internet content
Deborah Weinstein
Executive Director of the Coalition on Human Needs, an alliance of national organizations that advocates for the poor in Washington, DC
Harvey Weinstein
American film producer and movie studio chairman
Henry Weinstein
Professor of Law and Journalism at the University of California-Irvine; former legal affairs writer for the Los Angeles Times
Jeremy Weinstein
Joan Weinstein
Deputy Director of the Getty Foundation and co-director of Pacific Standard Time : Art in L.A. 1945-1980, a collaboration between the Getty and Southern California museums and galleries document the history of the LA art scene
Joshua Weinstein
Michael Weinstein
President and Co-founder of AIDS Healthcare Foundation

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